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VIRG

Just wondering if anyone was having any luck recently on Round lake.I went last saturday and didn't get a bite. Thinking of going again on sunday.Thanks.

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traviskoster

talked to my friend and they are getting lots of little ones but few keepers, keep the bobber wet

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VIRG

Sounds like typical round lake fishing. I went to louisa and got 3 nice perch then went to east graham with my brotherinlaw. Only had 2 bites from 2 till 5.

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idratherbefishing

Sounds like Louisa has slowed down, have you tried eating the fish out of there? I have heard they don't taste the best. Were there alot of people fishing Louisa?

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muc33

Mine tasted fine from Louisa, if you don't want yours Bill, you know how to get ahold of me. I'd eat your fish too.

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mnhunter2

I heard the perch tasted muddy, everyone has his own taster level have had people tell me the fish are fine and I couldn't stand them!!!

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VIRG

Just ate the perch from louisa. Tasted just fine to me. Maybe it is the wrong brand of beer your having with them.

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Murph

Anyone bin out this week? Fished Round last Saturday night caught about a dozen little ones and a couple keepers. Wondering if it would be worth going out this weekend?

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harvey lee

Murph, Welcome to Fishing Minnesota. Glad to have you here and look forward to your future posts. smile.gif

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